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Coffe and cake anyone?

Coffe and cake anyone?

Coffe and cake anyone?

On Friday we hosted a MacMillan Coffee morning to raise funds for such an important charity.  We were joined by lots of friends old and new as we tucked in to some fantastic home-made treats from our very own Gemma Price, Accessible Wales’s answer to Mary Berry.  One in two of us will face cancer in our lifetimes. If you are able to, please consider making a one-off donation to Macmillan here: https://donation.macmillan.org.uk/wbcm/one-off

We were pleased to have raised £153 on the day, which will be donated to MacMillan to carry on their excellent work.

At the event we also celebrated the first stage of our Community Inclusion Project, the project aims at improving the accessibility of community buildings in the project areas.  It also aims to raise awareness of difficulties disabled people use when accessing these vital community resources.

Community Inclusion Project Logo

You can find out more about our new project by visiting the Community Inclusion Project page on our website. If you run a community building or are part of a group that works out of a community building in Cynon Valley please drop us an email on rjones@accessible.wales as you may be able to take part.

Thanks to all those who attended, representatives from Rhondda Cynon Taff, Tracey from Accessible Caring Transport, Emma from Hirwaun Village Hall, Beth Winter MP, Vikki Howells MS, PC Nick James, Tracey from New Horizons, Rhys from Hirwaun FC, Cllr Adam Fox and friends and family, Margaret, Owen, Jack, Richard, Mary, Julia, Lucy, Darren, Theo and Louise.

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